October 3, 2013
8:00 – 11:15 a.m.
3.00 MCLE hours, including 3.00 approved Professional Responsibility MCLE credit hours
The Westin Chicago Northwest
400 Park Blvd, Grand Ballroom I & II
(map and directions)
The iPad has rapidly gone from being a device used to read books, listen to music or play games, to a real productivity tool that lawyers can use in their everyday practice. Attorneys are increasingly using the iPad to revise/draft documents, conduct legal research, manage email, calendaring, and even use it in the courtroom for presentations. The iPad’s slim, sleek lightweight design – combined with its versatility and power – makes it an amazing paperless tool for any attorney. In this session, the speaker demonstrates the many ways lawyers can use the iPad, including: review and revise Word and PDF documents; manage documents in a folder structure; manage and annotate depositions; show PowerPoint presentations; present evidence at hearings and in trial; dictate letters, memos and notes; and use as a portable scanner.
Paul J. Unger, Affinity Consulting LLC, Columbus, OH
*To register for the entire Solo & Small Firm Conference, please visit: www.isba.org/soloconference